pt-slave-find doesn't indicate master-master

Reported by Jay Janssen on 2013-05-06
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Bug Description

For example:

# pt-slave-find localhost
localhost
Version 5.5.30-30.2-log
Server ID 1242
Uptime 9+18:46:30 (started 2013-04-27T02:36:24)
Replication Is a slave, has 7 slaves connected, is not read_only
Filters replicate_ignore_table=shbdn.sessions; replicate_ignore_db=pma
Binary logging MIXED
Slave status 0 seconds behind, running, no errors
Slave mode STRICT
Auto-increment increment 2, offset 2
InnoDB version 5.5.30-rel30.2
....
+- 192.168.1.75
   Version 5.5.30-30.2-log
   Server ID 175
   Uptime 9+18:46:35 (started 2013-04-27T02:36:19)
   Replication Is a slave, has 1 slaves connected, is read_only
   Filters replicate_ignore_table=shbdn.sessions; replicate_ignore_db=pma
   Binary logging MIXED
   Slave status 0 seconds behind, running, no errors
   Slave mode STRICT
   Auto-increment increment 2, offset 1
   InnoDB version 5.5.30-rel30.2

.75 is actually a dual-master of localhost, but nothing shows that.

Daniel Nichter (daniel-nichter) wrote :

What do you mean by "dual master"? .75 has 2 slaves but neither are shown?

tags: added: pt-slave-find

On Jun 20, 2013, at 12:45 PM, Daniel Nichter <email address hidden> wrote:

> What do you mean by "dual master"? .75 has 2 slaves but neither are
> shown?

dual master = two masters in circular replication.

I truncated the output, but it would be nice if it was clear that .75 was also a master to localhost.

Jay Janssen, MySQL Consulting Lead, Percona
http://about.me/jay.janssen

summary: - pt-slave-find should more clearly show dual-masters
+ pt-slave-find doesn't indicate master-master
Changed in percona-toolkit:
status: New → Confirmed
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